Those who led eight teams in IPL The Indian Premier League (IPL) is being played in a day. The biggest event of India’s domestic T20 will be played on September 19. Let’s see who is leading the eight teams in this event.
Virat Kohli: Captain Royal Challengers Bangalore. Indian captain Kohli will lead the team. He has been playing in this team for 12 years. He led the team to 110 matches and won 49 matches. However, he could not bring a single title to this team. The best achievement under his leadership is to make the team runners-up in 2016 IPL.
Rohit Sharma: The captain of the Mumbai Indians. The most successful captain in the history of IPL is Rohit Sharma. He has won the trophy four times in the IPL as a captain.
Those who led eight teams in IPL
Mahendra Singh Dhoni: Chennai Super Kings captain. The former Indian captain has been playing and leading the team for 10 years. Under his leadership, Chennai has won the IPL title three times. The two-time World Cup-winning captain is a successful IPL captain.
Steve Smith: Captain Rajasthan Royals. Smith has led the team in three IPLs. He has previously led two teams in Rajasthan, Pune Warriors and Rising Pune Supergiant. He was banned for a year in the IPL for ball-tampering.
David Warner: Captain Sunrisers Hyderabad. Hyderabad won the 2016 IPL trophy under the leadership of Australian batsman Warner. He too could not play in the 2018 IPL as he was banned for a year for ball tampering. He played in the 2019 IPL under the leadership of Kern Williamson. But he will lead Hyderabad in this IPL.
Dinesh Karthik: Captain Kolkata Knight Riders. Dinesh has led two teams in the IPL. Earlier, he was the captain of Delhi Daredevils and Kolkata Knight Riders. He has played 36 matches in the IPL as a captain, winning 18 of them.